A brief overview of the key information you will need at the various stages of your career
Find out more about joining the PFA and a summary of key information you may need as a professional footballer
Find out how to join the PFA and a brief summary of the benefits of membership.
The PFA’s Management Committee is comprised of current players from each of the four divisions who represent members at board level.
Each club has an appointed PFA Delegate who is the first point of contact for their respective squad, acting as a conduit between the players and the PFA. Find your Delegate here.
The PFA offer week-long residential rehabilitation to all current and former members with medium to long-term injuries at St. George’s Park, giving them access to state-of-the-art facilities.
4 the Player is the PFA's quarterly magazine and is available digitally here. Find interviews, football features, business partner offers and key information regarding PFA membership.
The PFA has represented professional footballers since its formation, armed with this knowledge PFA Player Management knows exactly what players require, and more importantly, how to achieve it.
As a footballer you are subject to FA regulations which can include your use of social media, find out how this affects you.
The FA’s Doping Control rules and procedures are put in place to ensure that no player can use a banned drug or treatment method to illegally improve their performance.
Football in England has a number of rules relating to betting which affect all football participants. The purpose of this guide is to tell you what these rules are, what they mean and how they affect you as a player.
The PFA Independent Youth Advisory Service can offer advice to academy players, trialists and their parents\carers.
A career in football is relatively short-lived in most cases, so getting the right financial advice is vital for members to protect their investments.
The Professional Footballers Pension Scheme provides valuable benefits for Registered Contract Players and their dependants.
Neurological problems in later life – which may be connected to concussion, head injuries and heading the ball – have been on our agenda for the last 20 years.